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Home care is supportive care provided in the home. Care is provided by licensed professional caregivers referred to as Certified Nurse Assistants (CNA’s) or unlicensed individuals referred to as sitters or caregivers who provide daily care to help to ensure the activities of daily living (ADL's) are met.ADL’s include: • Personal Care – Hygiene & Dressing • Assisting with self-administered medications • Vitals monitored • Light Housekeeping • Companionship – social and emotional interaction• Meal Preparation • Escorts to doctor visits, outings, etc.
At You're First Home Care we offer the personal assistance your loved one may need 24 hours a day or just a few hours a week wherever home is, from licensed, experienced and well-trained Certified Nurse Assistants.We develop a personalized plan of care for your loved one’s particular needs and review them every 90 days, more often if necessary depending on the individual. Working closely with your loved one’s physicians, nurses, and family members we provide the comprehensive care and communication it takes to ensure the best care possible.Our staff understands the needs of our older adults. Our Care Teams are trained to be detailed, observant and thorough. Because we know how quickly a person’s health can change, vitals are monitored every time we provide care. Our standard level of care is above and beyond. We approach caring truly from our heart!
We think quality of life is more than just meeting basic needs, we truly believe in improving the quality of our client’s lives. Our goal is to help our clients thrive not just survive; this is why we think outside the box for the clients we serve and tailor a care plan around their special needs and their personality.No two people are alike so it only makes sense that their care should be specifically designed for them. With clients ranging from nineteen months to ninety-eight years, their care plans are as unique as they are.